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5-5. Though /t:o/? /do : yo/ and /do : BO/ be; ong to group  I

w                                                                                                  *

(because of Y /r n/) they are  governed by the changes

that take place In third group.

6.     Certain   phonetic changes   are  found ia   the   process   of


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/g/ at the end of the verb becomes /w/ In the duplicated


/so : g/   /sog s ; w/

6.2, / w/ at the end of the word becomes  g/ in the first part

of the duplicated form.

/no : w o   /nog no : w/

7.     There are certain verbs which show some peculiar phonetic

changes without any reference to perticular group.


3rd group.

picco :   piy piy (cc->y)

occo :   Oy WOy (cc-*y)

o                      o     (a        w

pi : g i - pirn piy (g -+ y)

so : b   sop so :   b -+ p

so : wo :   sok so : w -* k

to : wo ;   tok to : w -* k

re : bo : -* rew re : b -*"  w

The ways of duplication are three. But in the process their

may be many phonetic changes. The data is not adquate to

establish the principles of phonetic changes: A difinite

pattern of phonetic change is not noticed in the third group

of verbs.


L Pasts Present, Future, incomplete, ability and causation are

expressed by addinge different^suffixes to the verbs Irrespective

of their duplicate or nonduplicate nature.